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VEREIT, Inc. (VER)

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  • g
    george
    Great report today and 20% increase to dividend. I bought this on the way down at the start of pandemic for the 7% yield before div cut. With the latest increase I am above 4% yield on my basis. Much less painful now and can comfortably hold for a good long while. Current price yields 4.8% ish dividend yield. Future looking much better here and decent inflation hedge from my perspective.
  • J
    Jean
    We seem to be the blunt end of the shorts today. Stock is not showing any strength which is
    curious since the main heartaches of the past have been cleared. We should be positioned for
    a strong 2021 but no market interest?
  • D
    David
    Did anyone get a 1099 for the settlement distribution? Are we supposed to get one? Thanks for the feedback
  • P
    Philip
    I just received my ARCP settlement checks today vis USPS. I held the stock in 5 accounts and received 5 separate checks. Letter states this is my "initial distribution of the Net Settlement Fund". No insight provided into what that means. Checks are for 62% to 66% of what I guesstimated I would receive. I am guessing this "initial distribution" is for 2/3 of my expected final settlement.
  • R
    Rafter
    Searching for a lawyer to sue Gilarti for denying my claim. Any suggestions?
  • h
    happy
    Why would VER do a thing like a reverse split so unnecessarily !!!!!
    Please shar if you see a valid reason behind the move.
    Thank you.
  • A
    Anonymous
    is anyone holding the stock after the split , if you have 10,000 at closing price if 7.63 its worth 76,000..After split assuming its 5 for 1 that equals 38.00 or 2000 shares valued the same .Does anyone feel this stock will double at that valuation. These splits are designed to screw the shareholders. Just asking
    Thanks
  • C
    Chiadog
    If you had shares, your holding value stay the same after the reverse split. Now, it is down 2.5+%. I sold my shares at loss, should I be looking to back in after it drops some more?
  • S
    Shouldknowbetter
    what's the angle for this reverse split?
  • R
    RogerB
    So Vereit shares should open tomorrow at $38.50. Stockholders of record as of December 31, 2020 should see a dividend of .385 per share in January.
  • R
    RogerB
    The 4th gain day in a row. I will continue to watch this stock closely, but I do feel a little better about the post split than I did a week ago.
  • D
    Derek
    VER just exploded through the roof!!!! BOOM Baby to the moon!!! Psych
  • J
    Jean
    Hopefully we will see a modest dividend increase in 2020 as growth resumes
  • S
    Skippy
    Talked to settlement admin today and checks are expected to go out 1st quarter of 2021.
  • s
    smb
    snapshot looks good to me. Why does the market see it as bad?? They are doing as expected and moving in the right direction. If anything they should be up a percent not down on that news.
  • s
    smb
    stock has been doing better than O percentage wise over past month and 3 months. So I think it has a good chance to have the market treat it for what it is worth and not past mistakes.
  • D
    David
    If anyone gets distribution from settlement, please post when you received it. My guess is towards the end of this year or early next year. Thanks
  • D
    Dt
    VER just sold cole Capital. Earnings from Cole have lagged, so perhaps the revenue will be of more immediate value to VER. VER should also sell itself. They've said they would entertain suitors. That might be in the not to distant window. Could see Realty income picking them up. Hope so.
  • T
    Terry L
    New one year high today on big volume. Lower interest help but VER is still undervalued compared to its peers NNN, O, WPC and others.
  • J
    Jean
    This is why lawyers are so hated. I sent an inquiry to the law firm about the settlement. This is what I got back. My guess: they have 2 Jr clerks processing the claims; This is one of the most outrageous answers I've ever seen. I guess this poor law firm is doing this by hand instead of using these new marvelous inventions called computers. The longer it takes my put is the more money they will charge. Hopefully, most of us will still be alive to collect.

    "We are currently processing claims for this matter. Processing time on our cases can take an average of 9 to 12 months from the January 23, 2020 submission deadline. Once processing is complete, we must then wait for authorization from Lead Counsel and/or the Court before we can distribute the funds which can take several additional months.

    Please understand that this is an estimated timeframe for processing based on our experience which does not guarantee that all case processing will be completed within twelve months. Processing time varies from case to case and some cases may take more or less based on the specifics of that case settlement. "